CIA (e)Bulletin/(e)Bulletin de l'ICA
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March 2015
 
 

New Opportunities and Achievements

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In a Toronto Sun article regarding city employees on long-term disability, John Have said stress leave was becoming increasingly common, and two-thirds of claims on the federal government plan were "stress-related".

Malcolm Hamilton told MoneySense that a larger Tax-Free Savings Account was unnecessary as the existing account was "sufficiently large for most Canadians".  


Networking is a key part of any successful professional's career, and the CIA is offering you a fresh opportunity to inform your peers about your achievements and progress.

Our (e)Bulletin section, On the Move, is a chance for you to publicize your new job, title, credentials or other information. This is an opportunity to tell thousands of fellow actuarial professionals—whether they are ex-colleagues, former college friends, potential employers, future clients, etc.—about, for example:
  • Your new job;
  • A change of title or area of responsibility;
  • Your new qualifications;
  • A change of contact details;
  • Awards or other recognition; or
  • Publication of academic papers or articles.
Simply send an e-mail—one line of information can be enough, but feel free to add more if you so wish—to the CIA's English Editor at andrew.melvin@cia-ica.ca and we will aim to include it in the next issue of the (e)Bulletin.

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